1. HELP for Manila's Street Kids (German Intro)


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    Ein Film von Christiane Ratz. Postproduktion: Immanuel Heims Mehr Infos: http://www.helpinternational.de

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    • Charity4LIFE Monthly Happy Hours - A Series of Networking Fundraiser Events the Third Tuesday of Every Month


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      Join us for Charity4LIFE's monthly Happy Hour, always the third Tuesday of every month from 6-9PM. Our Monthly Happy Hour Series on the third Tuesday of every Month is our primary public fund raising tool. These events bring together our diverse & creative following and serve as a forum to share our work & projects with our supporters. In 2013, Our Happy Hour Series Raised a total of $33,153! Charity4LIFE is a 501(c)3 non for profit whose mission is to put street kids on path to success by empowering them to overcome the barriers to street life. Our mission is supported primarily through public donations via our monthly Happy Hour series and other public fund raising events and direct charitable giving. This makes up more than 75% of our funding and 100% of these go directly to fund our projects in the field. If you are interested in attending our next happy hour visit: http://bit.ly/C4Lhappyhour and follow our Charity4LIFE Facbook page for event notifications. We'd also love for you to connect with us on social media through Twitter, @Charity4_4LIFE and Instagram, @Charity4LIFE and using #charity4life.

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      • My Street - My Life - trailer


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        My Street - My Life is a highly experimental fictional film accompanied by a powerful film score. It is set in the middle of New Delhi, India, where street children live amidst the hustle and bustle of a typical market street. The film is heavily based upon reality and the children acting in this film are the real street children from the area - this is their street. They have no acting experience nor education, but have spent many afternoons watching the cheap matinee screenings of old Bollywood movies at the run down theatre in one of the side streets. During filming, the children followed the directors' instructions and improvised around them as they pleased, telling the story of a few typical days in their lives. This style of acting resulted in the cinematographer having to be prepared for sudden changes of plan and direction, improvising alongside with the street children. The project started as a 10-15 minute short, made mostly for the benefit of the children. The immediate benefit was that the acting and being filmed brought some novelty and excitement into what can be monotonous days. However, in the deeper sense the project was first and foremost an attempt to help the children understand that despite the harshness of their highly underprivileged existence on the streets, they do still have choices, and that the choices they make greatly affect their lives. We have known these children for several years - the oldest boy we have known for 11 years. Older street children often become a 'lost generation' as far as NGOs are concerned - it is much easier to help a child that has not been living on the street for too long than rough teenagers like the ones in this film. My Street - My Life aims to motivate these children, to empower older street children to improve and take control of their own lives in a more positive way, however small that improvement might be. The project developed and over a year later Savagestudio is sat with a 1hour 30minute low budget feature film that retains several visual aspects of documentary filmmaking. My Street - My Life is full of colours and life, so vivid that at times one can almost smell the odours of India. The imagery is accompanied by a film score of striking original music combining traditional sounds with modern beats, written by Ken Barrett. In addition to offering a highly authentic insight into the lives of street children in India, this film also gives a very accurate impression of daily life in a busy Indian bazaar with continuous movement and an abundance of life.

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        • Unterwegs mit Streetkids International in Tansania - Kurzvorstellung


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          Tansania 2014. Eine kleine Kurzdokumentation über die Kinderhilfsorganisation Streetkids International e.V vor Ort in Tansania.

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          • Cité Kids: Haiti


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            Cite Kids 2014 Synopsis: Cité Kids is an independent documentary that follows Charity4LIFE in Haiti as they chronicle the lives of four children living in Cité Soleil: Djimmy, Lamarre, Adeline and Naderge. It's a story that shares the trials, tribulations and hope that exist in one of the poorest countries in the world. Cité Kids is a compelling, first-hand testimonial to the hardships of life in the slums and illustrates how children living in Cité Soleil can overcome adversity through the opportunities and skills afforded by education. The film gives you a behind the scenes look at the work Charity4LIFE is doing, who they are helping, and where your donations are going. For a more detailed description of the film and Cité Soleil click here http://bitly.com/C4Lkidsdocu Produced & Directed by: Jeannette Pawula & Rachel Martz Cinematographer & Editor: Gunnar Curry Featuring: Djimmy Desulme, Lamarre Witslin, Adeline Pierre, Naderge Jean-Baptiste, Jennifer Cheek Pantaleon, Guy Pantaleon, and Joel Petion Appearances by: Rachel Martz, Jeannette Pawula, Frantz "Papouche" Nicolas, Ranald Schultz Duration: 36:07 Release Date: February 4, 2014 Genre: Documentary Website: http://www.charity4life.org Twitter:@charity_4LIFE Facebook: Charity4LIFE Instagram: Charity4LIFE We Seek. We Aid. We Tell Their Story. Charity4LIFE is a 501(c)3 nonprofit whose mission is to put street kids on the path to success by empowering them to overcome the barriers of street life. Cité Kids is a Charity4LIFE documentary series launched in 2014. This documentary series is intended to spur social discussion and be an inspiration to develop creative solutions from their supporter base. The entire documentary is produced, filmed and edited by Charity4LIFE's founders & volunteers.

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            • PhotoUp Community Impact Project: Feeding the Street Children of Cebu


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              Through our monthly Community Impact Projects, PhotoUp employees evaluate specific needs in their community and take action to address them. The PhotoUp team partnered with a local church in the community to gather the street children together for a nutritious meal, provided by our employees. Together with the church, our team was able to feed the kids sandwiches, soup, and juice. The PhotoUp team spent some extra time after the meal to sing songs, play parlor games and give out prizes to the kids. For more information about our first Community Impact Project, check out our blog post: https://photoup.net/community-impact-project-feeding-cebu-street-children For other info about PhotoUp, our real estate photo editing service, and our Community Impact Projects, check us out on: PhotoUp website: https://photoup.net PhotoUp Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PhotoUpEditing PhotoUp Twitter: https://twitter.com/photoupediting

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              • Studio Ubuntu


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                Ubuntu means I am because you are. The main focus of Ubuntu lies on the well-being, personal growth and creativity of street children and youth at risk. Ubuntu believes in developing and passing on talent. Those who have had the chance to change their own lives through their talents, can pay it forward and create that positive environment for street children and youth at risk as well. At Studio Ubuntu we give monthly inspiring workshops to share talent within our network of friends, ambassadors and everyone who is interested in the Ubuntu spirit. The lovely and talented actress, writer and Ubuntu ambassador Anna Drijver gives a professional theatre workshop. Ubuntu is happy that Anna wants to share her talent with you.

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                • A Walk In The Park


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                  • Aboudia at Ethan Cohen (2014)


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                    Also available to view on GalleryLOG at gallerylog.com/ethan-cohen--aboudia.html On View: African Dawn | ABOUDIA Opening Reception: New York, NY---Thursday, April 10, 6 - 9pm Ethan Cohen New York 251 W. 19th St. New York, NY 10011 Ethan Cohen presents “African Dawn | ABOUDIA”, featuring African contemporary artist Aboudia in his highly anticipated first solo exhibition in United States, running from April 10 – May 5 at Ethan Cohen New York. In kinetically painted canvasses redolent of Jean-Michel Basquiat and graffiti art, Aboudia Abdoulaye Diarrassouba (b. 1983) depicts fevered landscapes and street scenes populated by child-like figures. “African Dawn” powerfully showcases Aboudia’s trademark “nouchi” style, drawn from the street culture of children in his home city of Abidjan, Ivory Coast. The work is informed by their ubiquitous graffiti around Abidjan and free-form street language, known as nouchi, as a form of dreamscape in response to privation. Rendered in oil sticks, acrylics and collage, his works are noted for brutal lines of color applied to heavily-layered background collages, details of newspaper and magazine cutouts ingeniously encircled by drawings fall in and out of focus. The resulting composition suggests current events cohering through the imagination into a provocative vision. Mural-like canvases make his statement monumental but delicate, incorporating collage and word play in a deliberate evocation of children’s encounters with a war-torn world. Refusing categorization as a war painter, Aboudia instead emphasizes the vitality of dreams and language rendered in the nouchi street art style. This style situates Aboudia uniquely in Abidjan, while a range of global influences are articulated in collage and paint. His incomparable expression of lost innocence and enduring childhood dreams exemplifies currents in African contemporary art and its peaking international relevance. Aboudia’s energized portrayal of the street culture of urban Africa takes full flight in “African Dawn”, creating a powerful synthesis of historic and current events and propelling Aboudia to the forefront of global contemporary art. For more information please contact Ethan Cohen: ECFA@ECFA.COM | T 212-625-1250

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